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Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juárez is Mexico City’s only passenger airport, and Latin America’s largest, with an annual capacity of about 32 million passengers. The airport has two terminals, terminal 1 (the main terminal) and terminal 2 (located 3km from the main terminal). Carriers operating out of terminal 2 include Aeromar, Aeroméxico, Copa Airlines, Delta and Lan. All other airlines depart from terminal 1.
Red buses (M$12.50) run between the two terminals, making stops at puerta (door) 7 in terminal 1 and puerta 3 in terminal 2. The terminals also are connected by an aerotrén, a free monorail service for ticketed passengers only.
Both terminals have casas de cambio and peso-dispensing ATMs. Car-rental agencies and luggage lockers are in salas (hall) A and E2 of terminal 1.
Direct buses to Cuernavaca, Querétaro, Toluca, Puebla and Córdoba depart from platforms adjacent to sala E in terminal 1 and from sala D in terminal 2. Ticket counters in terminal 1 are on the upper level, off the food court. A pedestrian bridge off sala B leads to an ADO bus terminal with service to Acapulco and Veracruz.
More than 20 airlines provide international service to Mexico City. You can fly direct from more than 30 cities in the USA and Canada, half a dozen each in Europe, South America and Central America/Caribbean and from Tokyo. Seven different airlines connect the capital to about 50 cities within Mexico.
The metro is a cheap option for getting to the airport, though hauling luggage amid rush-hour crowds can be a Herculean task. Authorized taxis provide a painless, relatively inexpensive alternative, as does the metrobús.